The General Government of the Teresian Association is the authority for all members and associations.

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At the international level, there are other departments offering support and consultancy in specific matters: Administration, General Secretariat, Information Department, Formation Department, the Historical Archive of the Teresian Association, Pedro Poveda Chair of History of the Teresian Association, and Saint Pedro Poveda Secretariat.

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PARIS, France.
The film POVEDA was screened in Metz, France, on the 3rd of December. Previously, it had been screened in Lyonnais on February 19th, and in Paris, on October 14 th

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LEGASPI, Albay, Philippines. 
During the 20th Lay Congress of the Philippines, held last October, in the diocese of Legazpi, the National Board of the Council of the Laity was renewed. Rosalinda Basas, member of the Teresian Association, was re-elected secretary.

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SORIA, Spain 
On Friday, November 24, the film POVEDA was screened at the Festival on spiritual cinema, organized by the Episcopal Delegation of Social Media (MCS).  The festival takes place throughout the month of November at “Cine Roma.”  

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GUADALAJARA, Mexico. 
The film POVEDA was chosen for the inaugural session of the XIII International Film Festival with Values (FIC) Guadalajara Mexico 2017, with the motto "Leaders create more leaders." The festival takes place from November 9-26. POVEDA was selected from among 90 films.

MADRID, Spain.
Leo XIII Residence for Graduates and Postgraduates started its fifth year with an academic ceremony and celebrated the achievement of several of its residents.

Santa María de Los Negrales Cultural and Spirituality Center hosts in its residence in the mountains of Madrid persons or groups seeking a space of peace and beauty where to reflect, share, or discern; a place of self-encounter and encounter with God and others; a place where one can rest, work, and grow as a person.

The Teresian Association has endowed itself with a "Commission for proper treatment and action against abuses", to develop its own regulations and the necessary protection protocols for minors and other vulnerable persons.

In addition to recognising the social demand on these issues, it responds to the urgent call that Pope Francis has made to the whole Church in order to put an end to the situations and numerous cases that have recently been denounced, in which priests, religious and other Church members have been responsible for the abuses. Recently, the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life, urged all international associations, such as the TA, to develop this regulation.

On this website, you will find the information of this commission updated.

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Crítica Journal

The first issue of the current Crítica Journal was published in 1913, in Linares, called Bulletin of the Academy of Saint Teresa. Later it was renamed Bulletin of the Teresian Association, and much later it took its current name.

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